Hi Manchester West, I'm curious whether any landscaping work will be done in the very wet areas of our grounds? For example, the "moat" between 1922 and its' neighbor and the parking lot is often a narrow swamp or even puddle. Weeks ago, a lot of clay was dumped under the bridge to the entrance of 1922's neighbor, but nothing else has been done to it. And on the path to the tennis courts, there are two big slabs of concrete of that have been inundated and are now growing slimy stuff. You can't sidestep, either, because the grass is very wet/muddy. I had offered to help plan raingardens (last year), but have not heard back since then. Also - and I'd like to emphasize that I'm just curious, not complaining - because I'm a hobby landscaper / gardener: will any of the vines (wild grape and Virginia Creeper mainly) that are choking many trees on the grounds be removed? Looking forward to hearing from you. Thanks and best regards.